Category Archives: 1st Amendment

Gunrunner: Withheld documents include correspondence between Eric Holder, his wife, and his mother

Originally posted on America's Watchtower:

  When the Fast and Furious scandal which left Brian Terry, Jamie Zapata, and hundreds of Mexican nationals dead began to close in around Eric Holder Barack Obama claimed Executive Privilege and sealed the documents which I believe would have implicated Eric Holder and possibly Barack Obama.

  Judicial Watch had filed a lawsuit asking for a “Vaughn List” of the documents which were being withheld and last month a court ordered the Obama regime to provide Judicial Watch with this list. Today the Department of Injustice complied with the order.

  While a Vaughn List provides a list of documents which were withheld it does not provide the content of those documents, however there are some interesting tidbits which were learned as a result of this disclosure.

 

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Who is Tina Smith?

Dayton running mate, former abortion industry leader

Who is Tina Smith? Most Minnesotans have no idea.

Smith is Gov. Mark Dayton’s running mate in the Nov. 4 election. She served as his chief of staff during his first term. And she’s a former vice president for the state’s leading performer and promoter of abortion.

Smith isn’t a typical candidate for lieutenant governor. In the eyes of many political observers, she has called many of the shots in the governor’s office over the last four years. So it came as no surprise when the current lieutenant governor decided to step down and Dayton appointed Smith his new running mate.Tina Smith, former VP of MN's largest abortionist

That is cause for great concern.

Smith put her marketing background to work for Planned Parenthood from January 2003 to February 2006. The organization performed 9,717 abortions in Minnesota during that period. It was also reimbursed $458,574.74 by Minnesota taxpayers for performing 1,892 abortions on low-income women.

Planned Parenthood became the largest abortion provider in the state in 2004—and has held that position ever since. It received $12.65 million in government grants from 2003 to 2005.

As a top representative for the abortion industry, Smith strongly opposed commonsense legislation such as the Positive Alternatives Act of 2005, which provides pregnant women in need with practical assistance and life-affirming alternatives to abortion. During Smith’s tenure as chief of staff, Dayton vetoed seven different pro-life measures, including licensing of abortion facilities and protection for pain-capable unborn children. He also vetoed a bill to stop the public funding of abortions at facilities like Planned Parenthood.

The Planned Parenthood Action Fund honored Smith in 2012 “for her passion and commitment to Planned Parenthood.” It’s clear what Tina Smith fights for: no-limits abortion, subsidized by taxpayers.

Is this who Minnesotans want in the governor’s office?

About Your Will……

A man was telling his buddy,

“You won’t believe what happened last night.”
My daughter walked into the living room and said, ‘Dad, cancel my allowance immediately, forget my college tuition loan, rent my room out, throw all my clothes out the window, take my TV and my laptop. Please take any of my jewelry to the Salvation Army or Cash Converters. Then, sell my car, take my front door key away from me and throw me out of the house.
Then, disown me and never talk to me again.  And don’t forget to write me out of your will and leave my share to any charity you choose. ‘
“Holy Smokes,” replied the friend, “she actually said that ?”
“Well, she didn’t put it quite like that.

She actually said, ‘Dad, meet my new boyfriend – Mohammed.  We’re going to work together on Hillary’s election campaign.”

Media BiASS: Leftist Garbage…..

‘Big Three’ Ignore Democratic Debate No-Show But Promoted ‘Fangate’ Controversy

Senator Kay Hagan (D-N.C.) and her Republican opponent, North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis, are currently locked in a close Senate race, but with less than two weeks until Election Day Senator Hagan declined to participate in debate Tuesday night. Despite Senator Hagan’s absence, all three network morning shows ignored the story on theirWednesday morning broadcasts. While the “big three” (ABC, CBS, NBC) failed to cover the Democrat’s debate absence, last week all three pounced on the supposed “fangate” controversy from the Florida gubernatorial contest between Governor Rick Scott (R-FL) and former Governor Charlie Crist (D-FL) giving it 3 minutes and 37 seconds.

Nets Yawn at Midterms, But ‘Love’ ‘Cute’ Story of Obama Teasing a Voter

With the Democrats facing bad news in the coming midterms, the networks have largely been ignoring the possible electoral wave. Yet, NBC and CBS couldn’t resist the "cute" story of Barack Obama bantering with a woman and her boyfriend on Monday. As the President was getting ready to do early voting in Chicago, a man walked by and told him, "Don’t touch my girlfriend." Obama shot back, "I really wasn’t planning on it." An extended exchange followed. The CBS Evening News on Monday devoted a full report. A clearly impressed Scott Pelley marveled, "Just a little constituent service from the President of the United States."

‘Meet the Press’ Panel: If GOP Wins Senate, They’d Better Not Oppose ObamaCare

At the end of Sunday’s NBC Meet the Press, moderator Chuck Todd led his panel of guests in warning Republicans against any effort to oppose ObamaCare if they win the Senate majority in the upcoming midterm election: "…the biggest, I would argue, false promise of the…midterm campaign has been about [repealing] the Affordable Care Act….[Mitch McConnell's] never gonna have the ability to do it." Politico’s Manu Raju asserted: "That’s right. Even if he gets the majority, it’s going to be a 51-49 majority." Todd wondered: "Are Republicans over-promising here? Because their base is gonna expect to see that and it ain’t gonna happen." Raju agreed: "It isn’t gonna happen."

CBS and NBC Ignore Results of Michael Brown’s Autopsy

On Wednesday, the results of the St. Louis County autopsy of 18-year-old Michael Brown, who died after being shot by Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson on August 9, were leaked to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch newspaper and largely supports Wilson’s claims that he had a physical altercation with Brown inside his police SUV. When it came to the major broadcast networks offering any mention of this big development, CBS and NBC failed to cover the story on both their morning and evening newscasts, respectively. Meanwhile,ABC World News Tonight with David Muir covered the story in its Wednesday night program with a segment from ABC News correspondent Steve Osunsami that lasted about a minute and a half.